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Content: Climate Change in Literature (Issue 54)



Climate Change in Literature
Morve Roshan K. & Niyi Akingbe

Research Articles

An Ecocritical and Postcolonial Approach to Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s ‘Purple Hibiscus’
Narendra Kashinath Mule & Morve Roshan K.

Climate Change and Young Adult Fiction: A Reading of Francesca Lia Block’s Love in the Time of Global Warming
Sarbani Mohapatra

Ecocriticism in Byron’s ‘Darkness’
Ioannes P. Chountis

Voice and Crises of the Subalterns and Nature: An Eco-critical Reading of Debesh Ray’s Two Bengali Novels
Prabuddha Ghosh

Indigeneity and Climate Change in Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’: A Postcolonial Ecocritical Study
Tarik Monowar


Three Poems by Sukla Singha
Sukla Singha

Poem: A Searing Jeremiad on Water Scarcity from Zehra Nigah
Raza Naeem

Photo: Farm and Dairy


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